This is the 2024 Modern Folk Embroidery Stitch-a-long (SAL), a 10-month, 10-part booklet containing all the pattern parts and info to join in on this SAL. The design is centred around the concept of time passing. If features 2 colours, has only full crosses, and can be worked on any material. Both c... Read more
A romantic alphabet sampler featuring an alphabet inspired by a 18th century Scandinavian alphabet sampler. This pattern features only full crosses and is suitable for both aida and linen. It has a total of 3576 crosses.
Pattern is stitched on the fabric of your choice using the thread of your choice! Stitch count is 83w x 113h.
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folk Embroidery featuring spooky weirdness in the shape of a Victorian slang saying. "Got The Morbs" pretty much means you've got the blues, or you don't feel up to something.
Pattern is stitched on the fabric of your choice using the thread of your choice! Stitch count is 99w x 81h.
This is the 2021 Modern Folk Embroidery SAL - the full design, including bonus patterns, alphabets etc. The design features only full crosses and has no specialty stitches. It is suitable to be stitched on both aida and linen.
Stitched on 32ct linen (or 16ct Aida) it would measure approxim... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a pattern originally commemorating the 200th anniversary of the passing of one of England's most popular authors, Jane Austen. Her words on this sampler have recently resonated with a lot of stay-at-home stitchers, and this has been a... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a Scandinavian inspired pattern with multiple language greetings (English, Spanish, Italian, French, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, and Finnish).
Stitched on 32ct linen (or 16ct aida) it would measure approximately 44 by ... Read more
This design was inspired by the poem Namri by Tolkien, from the world of the Lord of the Rings. The design features the first lines of the poem in the elven language. It is fully monochrome and has full crosses only (suitable for all cross stitch materials). The design can be worked either light on ... Read more
A period reproduction sampler from the Netherlands. IAB 1817 is a gorgeously framed sampler featuring several vases. The centre one features a lush bouquet of roses and all over the sampler you'll find tiny birds hidden in the roses and the border.
Pattern is stitched on the fabric of yo... Read more
This is the MFE SAL 2023 - Reaching Skyward! The 28-page booklet contains all 12 months for 2023, and contains many alternative design options for various elements. It can be purchased in conjunction with "Alternative Trees", a pattern which gives three alternative options for the circular design on this sampler.
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a 2-colour chart featuring full crosses only. "Red Berries" is a cheerful sampler, and comes with an additional set of letters and numbers so stitchers can fully personalise their design.
This is a large, decorative, and versatile design: stitchers have the option to either stitch the positive (pattern) space, or the negative space. Within that, they can either stitch with light floss on dark material, or the other way round. They can even opt for full cover, by stitching the backgro... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a cute pincushion features the word Noel in elegant lettering, decorated with floral elements and birds, and a contrasting checkered border.
Stitched on 32 count linen (or 16 count aida) this pattern would measure approximately 1... Read more
A design inspired by an 18th-century Scottish sampler. The chart comes with the main motif seen on the cover, but also with a bonus alphabet that can be stitched underneath the design. Patterns has full crosses mainly, with a few backstitches in the gentleman's hair.
This is the 28-page booklet for the 2022 MFE SAL based on an antique sampler from Groningen. The pattern features mainly full crosses. Some areas have some backstitching, but there are alternative versions in full crosses included in the booklet. This pattern is suitable monochrome and is suitable t... Read more
Song of the Nightingale was inspired by a fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen. It's a chart that has three colours in total. Stitchers can choose the recommended colours, but it's easy to deviate from the palette and choose your own colours.
Pattern is stitched on 40 or 46 ct fabric of your choice using Leo & Roxy floss. (Just Navy, Ochre, Delft). Stitch count is 285w x 149h.
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folk Embroidery featuring a design partly inspired by traditional Scottish samplers, using a line from the indian poet Kabir. "The river that flows in you also flows in me". The design has only full crosses and does not have any specialty stitches.
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring the highly popular Modern Folk Embroidery Mystery SAL design, originally released in monthly instalments in 2018, now available as one big pattern. The design, spread over 12 pages, consists of full crosses only, and has an alternative FA... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a cheerful little design is an original pattern by Modern Folk Embroidery, inspired by Quaker medallions. It can be either framed as hoop art, or stitched up as a pincushion.
Stitched over two threads on 32ct linen (or over on... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a Quaker inspired sampler with a quote by William Penn. "If thou thinkest twice before thou speakest once, thou wilt speak twice the better for it".
Worked over 2 threads on 32ct linen it would measure approximately 9 1/8... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring a design that was based on a Quaker sampler made by Sarah Storrs in 1795 from my personal collection. Sarah did not finish her work, so I used all of the elements of her original sampler, and added a few new ones to finish it as a new des... Read more
This charming sampler was worked by Gerritje Broekhuis in 1848, who also worked a sampler in 1857 (which is also available here). The sampler features only full crosses and has no specialty stitches, and can be worked on any material (linen, aida etc).
Pattern is stitched on 32 ct linen using DMC floss. Stitch count: 169w x 213h.
Heika Hazelhoff worked her sampler to commemorate her wedding to Addo Jans de Boer. This charming sampler is in the traditional style of Groningen samplers and features many floral ornaments and a beautiful decorative border. The sampler features only full crosses and has no specialty stitches.
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Winter in the City is a fun design featuring Dutch canal houses by night - snowflakes are falling, a mill is milling flour that the maid will turn into breads and biscuits, and a cat is playing on a roof. T
Stitch count is 219w x 219h.
Amount of skeins required varies on the fabric size.